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Energy, natural resources and geospatial information

The conservation, development and use of energy and natural resources along with the development and promotion of global geospatial information remained the focus of several United Nations bodies in 2014. The International Atomic Energy Agency, in addition to its work on the non-proliferation of nuclear weapons, continued to assist its member States in applying nuclear technology in areas such as energy security, human health and food security, water resources and the environment. During the year, the General Assembly, in addition to taking note of the annual report of the Agency as well as that of the Secretary-General on reliable and stable transit of energy, adopted a resolution promoting the use of new and renewable sources of energy.

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Sustainable Development Goals:
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